Haim, Solange, the Roots, Big Sean and Weezer also top of the lineup for the festival, which kicks off on Sept. 1.
The Seattle-based fest was founded in 1972 as a multi-disciplinary arts organization. In addition to music, the lineup includes a featured list of comedians — this year led by Margaret Cho, Todd Barry and Judah Friedlander. A separate portion of the event is dedicated to “words and ideas” featuring panels and a poetry slam.
Lorde is in the middle of a festival tour promoting her new single “Green Light” and sophomore album “Melodrama,” which is scheduled for a June 16 release. Coming off her breakout 2013 debut “Pure Heroine,” the performer has a busy schedule ahead including Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo and Glastonbury.
Australian DJ and producer Flume is still riding the wave of his second studio album “Skin,” which he released in 2016, followed by two companion EPs. Seattle-based Odesza’s 2014 release “In Return” landed No. 1 on the U.S. dance charts. The electronic duo dropped a new song “Line of Sight” on Tuesday morning, and teased more to come.
Passes for the 2017 Bumbershoot festival go on sale April 28. See the full lineup below:
— Bumbershoot (@Bumbershoot) April 25, 2017
More to come …